Creative Cricklewood, Events, Open Mic

Re-Launch of the Open Mic – a great turnout

The Re-Launch of Creative Cricklewood’s Open Mic at the Windmill Pub on Thursday evening was a roaring success. With more performers than there was time for, a busy bar, lots of laughter, an attentive audience and great venue, we hope that this CC event will become a regular night out in all your calendars.  This listener was hugely impressed by the quality of acts and particularly delighted to see so many new performers as well as long standing acts who have supported us since the beginning of CC in October last year.

The evening featured different styles of music, spoken word and dance.  In the background, creating the ambiance beautifully, was a solo exhibition of paintings by Henryk Terpilowski.  This exhibition is running for couple of weeks so if you havn’t had a chance to properly absorb the works do pop into the Windmill again – the paintings are well worth spending time with and will grow in poignancy with each viewing.

A big vote of thanks to our performers: Jo Ryan, Lizzie Coke, Rosy Summerbell, Zimmy Van Zandt, Flaviya Ke, Mary Carlton, Jack Kelly, Paul and Panama Dave. Thank you also to the Windmill Pub, Weronika Knap and CC organisers Panama Dave, Henryk Terpilowski and Jean-Marc Pierson.

Do remember that if you didn’t get a chance to share your skills this time round, we hope that you will join us again on thursday 6th of December, same place, same timings.

Creative Cricklewood, Open Mic


The re-launch of Creative Cricklewood Open Mic

Please join us for MUSIC, ART, POETRY, PERFORMANCE, and a great social & networking opportunity.

Thurs 8th Nov. 8-11pm at the Windmill, 57 Cricklewood Bdwy. NW2 3JX. (MAP)
Performers check in 7.30pm for a spot.

Confirmed performers:  MC and storyteller Jean-marc Pierson,Bellydancer Rosy Summerbell, Mary Calton – jazz blues, Zimmy van Zandt, Panama Dave Parrett, singer/songwriters Lily Shea and Jo Ryan.

As part of Creative Cricklewood Open Mic, Cricklewood artist Henryk Terpiłowski will be exhibiting his paintings.“Henryk exploits counterpoint in composition and colour,and the tension between randomness and control, to evoke emotional impact”

The exhibition will continue for two weeks during the Windmill’s opening hours:
Mon -Wed  4 – 12pm
Thurs – Fri  4pm – 1am
Sat   1.30pm – 1am
Sun  1.30 – 12pm